Birmingham City are a football club who play in the Championship after being relegated from the Premier League in the 2010-11 season. Nicknamed the 'Blues', City play in blue and white shirts which are manufactured by Diadora who overtook the reigns from Xtep for the 2012-13 Championship season. Birmingham's away shirt is yellow with black and white trim.
Birmingham City's home strip is a blue shirt leading to their nickname of the blues, their away strip is black. In the 1970s Birmingham had an away strip which comprised of a large yellow stripe down the front of the shirt, one sleeve and a third of the shirt black, with the rest red, it made them look as though they had the Belgian flag wrapped around them.
Birmingham City follow-up their recently released home shirt by unveiling adidas' latest away strip for the Championship club. Providing one of the most traditional kit ranges through colour-ways of a blue home shirt and red away edition, Birmingham City also own one of the more aesthetically ple [...]
Birmingham City look to finish within the 2016/17 Championship play-off places in their all-new home shirt for the upcoming season. In 'true blue' fashion, kit suppliers adidas have handed their Birmingham City outfit one the classiest home shirts for 2016/17 through the use of simplistic styling [...]
Birmingham City will adorn adidas manufactured strips from the 2016/17 season onwards. Currently kitted out by Cabrini, Birmingham City have turned to the German mega brand of adidas to produce the club's strips from the upcoming 2016/17 and onwards which will see infamous three-stripes adorning [...]
Birmingham City nicknamed the 'Blues' were formed in 1875 and originally called Small Heath Alliance, which was shortened to Small Heath in 1888, in 1905 the name was changed to the current Birmingham. Birmingham play their home games at St Andrews. Birmingham City have a heated rivalry with Aston Villa who share the same city as the Blues.
The most expensive player to wear the blue of Birmingham is Emile Heskey bought from Liverpool in May 2004 for £6,250,000. Birmingham also have the proud record of having the first female Managing Director in the football league.